Trango Boar's Hair Brush

Trango Boar's Hair Brush
Trango Boar's Hair Brush
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Boar's Hair Brush by Trango
Set yourself up for sending success with the Trango Boar's Hair Brush. This wooden cleaning tool is tough enough to clear layers of chalk off holds without damaging the rock's surface. Stuff this brush in your bag whether you're sport climbing at the gym or giving your favorite boulder a couple of burns outdoors for cleaner, grippier sends.

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